22 articles
Audible Networks:
Podcasts and Collaborative Learning
Shannon Draucker
Collaborative podcast creation makes visible – or rather, audible – webs and relations, the intellectual and affective ties possible among students.
Write Out Loud: Risk & Reward in Digital Publishing
Danica Savonick
Language is a source of power that makes things happen in the world, and that is an important and challenging lesson to teach in college writing courses. Once students recognize the profound implications
Critical Digital Praxis in Wikipedia: The Art+Feminism Edit-a-thon
Matt Vetter · Theresa McDevitt · Dan Weinstein · Ken Sherwood
Wikipedia’s gender gap, which results in problems of representation attributed to the lack of women and non-male editors participating in the encylopedia’s production, is by now well-known and well-documented. A groundbreaking
Pedagogical Training via Relationship Building: The Value of Peer Mentoring
Academic Labor
Estee Beck · Mariana Grohowski
Graduate students enter graduate programs hungry to learn about research, teaching, and professionalization. They seek knowledge of their discipline, socialization from faculty and peers, and most importantly the tools to perform the jobs
Creativity and the Power of Two
Hiie Saumaa · Michael Cennamo
Running into each other on the Columbia University campus, we often chatted about books, teaching and learning, music, plants, Broadway shows, and our theories about how new ideas happened. We shared what inspired
Whistling While They Worked: The Need for Creative Freedom in Collaborative Projects
Stephanie Loomis
It began with a blank Google Doc. No ideas, no suggestions, and no direction. Just a notion that somehow three small high school classes could use a digital space to create something together
Plagiarism is Dead; Long Live the Retweet: Unpacking an Identity Crisis in Digital Content
Susanne Murphy
“What oft was thought but ne’er so well express’d” Alexander Pope’s eighteenth century advice to writers — now known as content producers — has a new relevance for the Internet Age, although
On Beauty and Classroom Teaching
Adam Rosenblatt
The “crisis in the humanities,” whether unprecedented and dire or perpetual and overblown, plays out as a controversy over how long people like me will have a job, and whether we’ll
Learning as Weaving
Naomi Barnes
As educators, we want to teach in ways that support our students to be the best that they can be. We yearn for the lightbulb moment. We are so proud of them when
Chris Friend · Maha Bali / مها بالي · Sarah Honeychurch · Kevin Hodgson
This episode of HybridPod explores the idea of collaboration — how it works, what it is, and how we can facilitate it in our classes.
Public Archives, New Knowledge, and Moving Beyond the Digital Humanities/Digital Pedagogy Distinction
Margaret Konkol
Let’s stop talking about “students” as some undifferentiated mass or referring to “my students,” a phrase that smacks of proprietorship, and start giving them credit by name for the
Inner Voice, Criticality, and Empathy
Maha Bali / مها بالي
I am deeply disturbed by dominant discourses in society that silence the voices of others, particularly women and ethnic minorities. I am frustrated by people who put others down, particularly online. And I
Love in the Time of Peer Review
Marisol Brito · Alexander Fink · Chris Friend · Adam Heidebrink-Bruno · Rolin Moe · Kris Shaffer · Valerie Robin · Robin Wharton
Over the weekend of November 21-23, the Hybrid Pedagogy editorial board gathered in Washington D.C. for an intensive working retreat. During that time, we collaborated on the following article — 10 authors
The Higher Education and K-12 Conversation
Karen Young
When we think about K-12 and higher education, educators think of them as two separate entities. Within K-12, we divide it further; primary, junior, intermediate, and senior. These artificial silos create barriers to
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